Redhat has a warning about H2 in several places in their docs.

The H2 database should *not* be used in a production environment. This is a 
very small, self-contained datasource that supports all of the standards 
needed for testing and building applications, but is not robust or scalable 
enough for production use.

I find this warning to be a little odd.  Perhaps RedHat is just trying to 
cover themselves legally.  Any ideas what aspects of H2 they might be 
referring to?  They mention 2 categories :

*robust*: not sure what they mean in this context
*scalable* : I would agree with them here, if by scalable they mean having 
a bulit-in ability to horizontally scale across several machines.


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